Implementation, Improvement and Statistical Validation of Scoring by Milling Process on an Instrument Panel with In-Mold Grain Lamination 2019-36-0155
This paper starts describing the in-mold grain lamination and bilaminated film cover when applied to instrument panels with seamless passenger air bag doors. It then offers a comparison between two different PAB door weakening processes, the laser scoring and the scoring by milling. It further discuss the scoring by milling process and analyses its implementation on a real case instrument panel. In the implementation case, the scoring pattern is checked against a pre-defined engineering specification and correlated to the results of a drop tower test, which shows the force necessary to break the PAB door. Three iterations are performed until the results for scoring pattern and breaking force are achieved. The breaking force results are then statistically validated against the specification and capability analysis.
Citation: Bertolini, C., Koki, F., Veiga, R., and Quinelato, L., "Implementation, Improvement and Statistical Validation of Scoring by Milling Process on an Instrument Panel with In-Mold Grain Lamination," SAE Technical Paper 2019-36-0155, 2020, https://doi.org/10.4271/2019-36-0155. Download Citation
Caio V. Bertolini, Fábio Koki, Renato Veiga, Leandro Quinelato
Ford Motor Company
2019 SAE Brasil Congress & Exhibition
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